The Wilbur D. May Museum at Rancho San Rafael has a wide range of historic artifacts
The Wilbur D. May Museum at Rancho San Rafael has a wide range of historic artifacts

What different types of manufactured housing are allowed in the three areas for which regulations are developed?
For properties zoned for single-family residences "outside Trailer (TR) Overlay zoned areas" the following limitations apply:
-The unit must be a manufactured house constructed to the HUD standards.
-The unit must be a minimum 1,200 square feet in size.
-The unit must have multiple sections.
-The unit must be no more than 5 years old at time of placement (placement is defined as date of issuance of site inspection permit).
-There may not be Covenants, Conditions or Restrictions (CC&Rs) on the property that restrict manufactured homes.
-The home must be converted to real property.

For properties zoned "within Trailer (TR) Overlay zoned area" the following limitations apply:
-The unit may be a manufactured house or a mobile home (a unit constructed to neither the UBC nor HUD code, but not a travel trailer).
-The unit may be of any size.
-The unit can be one section or multiple sections.
-The unit can be of any age.
-A mobile home may only be placed on a parcel that had a previous manufactured house or mobile home located on the parcel within the previous 12 months.


For properties within the Sun Valley and High Desert planning areas, the following limitations apply:
-The unit may be a manufactured house or a mobile home (a unit constructed to neither the UBC nor HUD code nor a travel trailer).
-The unit may be of any size.
-The unit can be one section or multiple sections.
-The unit can be of any age.
-Other than required yard setbacks, there is no restriction on the location of a unit in a single-family residential zone.